Georgia Commercial Collections Attorneys

Commercial collection is the process of collecting a debt which arose from a transaction between merchants, not involving consumers, and these account may involve multiple legal issues. Since many small businesses are undercapitalized, and many simply fail, they often do business with one another through lines of credit. If one of the businesses defaults on a debt obligation, the other party will have to decide whether it is worth the costs to engage legal counsel to collect on such outstanding debts.

As commercial collection attorneys, the Cobb Law Group has tremendous experience in the collection of bad debt claims, and we employ dedicated and determined collection personnel and attorneys who strive to balance our client’s need for recovery with fairness and understanding.  Exemplary and professional service to our clients is a hallmark of our firm, and we want to see our clients recover the obligations due them.  Working with you, we will design a collection campaign for your company that is results oriented and successful. We can make a big difference in your bottom line.

Because we are a commercial collection law firm and not a collection agency, our commercial collection attorneys have the ability to litigate accounts throughout Georgia which enables us to achieve a higher than average recovery ratio for our clients. Contact us today to speak with us about your commercial collection claims.

What We Do

For more than 20 years, the Cobb Law Group has excelled in its statewide practice in Georgia construction law with an emphasis on filing materialmen’s liens, mechanic’s liens, and construction liens as well as enforcing payment bond claim rights, Miller Act and Little Miller Act litigation, business & corporate law and commercial collections for the construction industry. We represent numerous businesses, material suppliers, specialty subcontractors, general contractors, and others in the field throughout Georgia.

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